The company will expand its health benefits management offerings, as well as make investments in data analytics and innovative health tech
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When the pandemic heated up early last year, the UK Biobank set out to urgently gather data on COVID-19 diagnostic tests, deaths, and hospitals...
A research team based at McMaster University in Canada has developed an algorithm that can design more accurate probes to detect infectious disease pathogens in mixed samples and help avoid time consuming bulk sequencing.
Two publications in Nature report on advances from the Human Cell Atlas (HCA) consortium, creating the most comprehensive Cell Atlas of the gut to date, identifying new targets for gut diseases, and laying out a framework for expansion of the project to other parts of the anatomy.
These ten governments have committed funding for projects that will sequence a minimum of 100,000 citizens to spur genomic medicine
The findings are a result of in-depth analyses using Centogene’s rare disease Bio/Databank. Based on the results, more than 90 patients finally received a diagnosis, and many others could also benefit as the study revealed potential treatment options for patients based on known-disease overlaps.
Managed through the Avera Cancer Institute, the deal with Sema4 will leverage the company’s Centrellis health information platform to curate, structure and integrate clinical and genomic data to support both cancer research and clinical care.
Spanish researchers have developed a tool, based on machine learning methods, that assesses the possible contribution of all variants in a gene in a given type of tumor to the development and progression of cancer.
In a boost for AI-aided biology, the AlphaFold Protein Structure Database, covering around 20,000 human proteins, was launched today by AI-specialists DeepMind in collaboration with the EMBL and is openly available to the scientific community.